Amid their reported ongoing talks with Eredivise side Ajax Amsterdam over the potential transfer of star defender, Lisandro Martinez, Premier League giants, Manchester United are now understood to have put a timeline to complete the deal.
According to reputable Dutch Journalist, Mike Verweij, the Red Devils are looking to have the Argentine at their disposal by Friday this week as they target to travel with him for the 2022 pre-season tour scheduled in Australia.
And what's more, Mike's fellow Dutch counterpart, Michael Van der Kraan has also claimed (via @talkSPORT) that the Red half of Manchester are increasingly confident of signing the 24 year old promising center-back ahead of their bitter rivals, Arsenal with development over transfer expected in the next 48 hours.
Meanwhile, star left-back, Tyrell Malacia is set to be officially announced as the Red Devils' first summer signing later in the day after he completed first part of his United medical examinations yesterday.
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